The industrial character of the Pedro de Gante room is a major asset for certain events. A concrete structure, architecturally sober with artificial light: this room is the perfect space for all kinds of trade fairs and receptions. You can perfectly darken the room or warm up.
The Pedro de Gante room has a total area of 1600 m².
The room owes its name to Pedro De Gante, also known as Peter Van Gent. As a Flemish missionary, he was active in Mexico at the beginning of the 16th century, where he founded the first European school and had several churches and hospitals built. Pedro De Gante also protected the Indians against the Spanish conquistadors. He owes his title of important local of Ghent to his courage and perseverance during that period.